JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Trial spectators will not be allowed to wear items that support Jordan Davis or Michael Dunn during the upcoming trial, according to a judge's ruling Thursday.
Dunn is accused of shooting and killing the 17-year-old at a Southside gas station on Black Friday last year, after an argument over loud music. Dunn claims he fired in self-defense.
The parents of Jordan Davis appeared in court, along with Dunn on Thursday as Judge Russell Healey ruled on key motions.
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One motion asked to prohibit people in court from wearing clothing in support of the defendant or victim. The judge granted that motion.
Judge Healey denied a request to allow the jury to inspect the crime scene, a Gate gas station at Baymeadows Road and Southside Boulevard, during the trial.
The judge granted a third motion allowing the father of Jordan Davis to stay in the courtroom during the trial, even though he'll be called as a witness.
Dunn's trial is scheduled to begin Feb. 23.